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Torch Body Fat with Synephrine HCL (AKA Bitter Orange)




There are so many fat loss products out there, each containing its own blend and concoction of ingredients supposedly proven to aid the body in fat loss. I’ve said it repeatedly and I’ll say it again even at the risk of sounding like a broken record: it’s all about the science. If there are legitimate independent studies that back up the claim, then you can safely bet that it’s the real deal. Synephrine HCL has the scientific backing, which is why it’s included in Tea Rexx.

What Is It?

People understandably tend to be skeptical when it comes to ingredients with complex scientific names. I am a natural skeptic myself. Synephrine HCL, though, or bitter orange as it’s colloquially known by, has been validated through numerous research.

_-2So what is it exactly? Bitter orange is a type of citrus fruit. Its outer peel contains a form of alkaloid that occurs naturally in animals and plants.

Here’s the awesome part: bitter orange exhibits characteristics similar to the much publicized ephedrine, which I’m sure most of you know, is a common main ingredient in a lot of fat loss supplements. It’s believed to be a safer alternative to ephedrine, which was banned by the FDA in 2004.

How It Works

Bitter orange is believed to have an influence on beta-3 adrenergic receptors, which in turn aids in fat breakdown by releasing an enzyme called adenylyl cyclase. Ephedrine, by contrast, influences the beta-3 as well as beta-1 and beta-2 receptors. These two have an affect on cardiac function, hence why it was outlawed.

Bitter orange is also believed to be thermogenic, meaning it helps burn additional calories by elevating body heat. When your body is in a high thermogenic state, the brown fat cells in your body burn off the white fat cells that would otherwise be stored in your midsection.

You can read about the difference between brown and white fat cells here.

The Proof Is in the Pudding

Bitter orange as a fat reduction aid was proven in a clinical study where subjects underwent a low-calorie weight loss program. Subjects were divided into two groups, both of which consumed identical amount of calories. One group also supplemented with a combination of bitter orange, caffeine, and St. John’s Wort, while the other took a placebo. At the conclusion of the six week study, the group that took the additional supplements experienced a greater weight reduction and increased their metabolic rate.

In addition, bitter orange is also taken as a natural appetite suppressant. This especially makes it useful for those low calorie days that I recommend from time to time. When you’re only consuming 1,000 to 1,500 calories a day, a supplement like Synephrine HCL keeps the hunger pangs at bay and helps you feel satiated on a light-calorie meal.

This is a student of mine who is dedicated to becoming the best version of himself. He follows a protocol much like what you see in this blog post.

Want the same edge? Add Rebellion & Tea Rexx to your regimen.  You don't have to take supplements to get these results, but as you can see it helps speed things up in a healthy way.

Get Your Daily Dose from Tea Rexx

With Synephrine HCL and other proven fat loss ingredients, Tea Rexx is a weight loss product that targets fat from multiple angles. The result is a proven supplement that delivers maximum results when used in conjunction with The Simple Shredded Solution program.

[photo credit: Jason Devaun, summations]